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1976 

TARTAN 

Covenant College 

Lookout Mountain 

Tennessee 



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Table of Contents: 

Theme 

Sports 

Administration 

Staff 

Faculty 

Campus Life 

Activities 

Underclassmen 

Seniors 

Ads 



A time to reflect ... a few moments 
spent alone pondering the work of the 
creator before hurrying back to 
understand the "why". 




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A time to grasp the greatness 
in the simple things which 
we hurridly pass by . . . 




There is a richness 
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only our unopened 
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Only when we are made aware 
that His directing our lives 
has brought us together, in all 
our uniqueness, can we enjoy 
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Once understood, activities, studying and 
recreation become a means of response in 
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This response must be a concentrated effort to 
be carried forth in every facet of life . . . 

strengthened with all might according to His glorious 
power unto all patience and longsuffering with 
joy fulness, giving thanks unto the Father. 






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1975 Varsity 
Team 

Scott Cummings 

Chris Lillie 

Barry Laube 

Brian Holland 

Don Harding 

Jay Stewart 

David Nelson 

Lenny Edge 

Gary Auffarth 

Philip Tait 

Philip Barnes 

David Navis 

Bill Meffert 

Steve Morton 

Andy Linton 

David Harding 

Lea Courtney 

Al Bloem 

Philip Hibbard 

Jeff Warsing 

Coach Walter Bowman 








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Cross Country 



You have to admire someone who makes sport out 
of running a five -mile rugged cross country course. 
It involves everyday running under pressure trying to 
gain a few seconds here and there , working on 
turning your body into a well-oiled machine 
indifferent to shinsplints and burning sensations of 
both stomach and mind. Unity describes this year's 
team which seems to be well-bonded in a 
concentrated effort of a group of six individuals . 






1975 Varsity 
Team 



Philip Foxwell 
David Kay 
Chip Struck 
Ken Ingraham 
Don Hanna 
Frank Smith 



Volleyball 




1975 Varsity 

Janice Boughamer 
Leslie Callen 
Marcy Jones 
Christy Caldwell 
Karen Jones 
Lois Clough 
Denise Calvin 
Jeanie Lipse 
Shari Farrow 
Kay Dunn 
Ginny Blair 
Darlene Kyle 
Coach Will Stern 




What's a better way to introduce women's volleyball 
to Covenant than to give it the championship crown of 
the conference. The team, led by Coach Will Stern, 
was dedicated from the start of the season . A spirit of 
optimism and confidence characterized the team all 
season long as it was being backed by both good play 
and a solid team effort . 

Women's volleyball was an enjoyable event to attend 
as the ever exuberant crowd kept excitement flowing , 
giving encouragement to a well-responding team. 



Women's 
Basketball 

Women's basketball is not new to 
Covenant this year , but regulation 
uniforms , tennis shoes , and Coach Will 
Stern are . Although inexperience plagues 
the team , energy , spirit , a dedicated 
desire to improve , and special 
"cottenpick" plays make the difference. 
For a first-year varsity team, they do 
well , and with added height planned for 
next year , the team has a very bright 
future . 







Varsity Team 

Coach Will Stern 

Ginny Blair 

Lois Struwe 

Paula Chambers 

Beth Perry 

Carla Stevens 

Robin Bursmith 

Suzanna Harris , Manager 

Holly LeMaire 

Pat Masur 

Connie Reynolds 

Ruth Stanton 

Beth Hamilton 

Mary Anna Bullock 

Nora Gorab 




Basketball 




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1975-76 Varsity Team 



Coach Gene Fitzgerald 
Ron DeMaster 
Bruce McDonald 
Scott Soltau* 
Peter Waid 
Scott Brown** 
Karl Lammers 
Manager Kurt Mussler 
Mike Cromartie* 
Craig Grismore 
Bob Signorini , Captain 
Dave Raih 
Terry Kelly 
Tom Hall** 
Asst. Manager 
Libby Shannon 

*First Semester 
**Second Semester 




A unity both on and off the court was the 
stress of this years team . They were off to a 
good start by winning the invitational 
tournament and they looked strong . But the 
team had its ups and downs which resulted 
in an even season. The disappointment of 
the season was the dismal record within the 
league , yet there were still bright points 
and exciting ballgames . With only one 
player graduating , next years team has the 
experience needed to make next season 
well- worth looking forward to. 




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Tennis 



Coach George Henning 
March Bell 
Chris Lillie 
Tim Hoelzel 
Eugene Stevens 
Phil Borders 
Steve Wolfenden 
Terry Kelly 
Lewis Codington 




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Coach Walter Bowman 

John Isaac 

Mike Lathe 

Roy Johnson 

Doug Swagerty 

Jay Stewart 

David Nelson 

Randy Cobler 

Joe Harrell 

Tim Pappos 

Barry Smith 

Mike Gay 




Baseball 



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Cheerleaders 



Lynne Signorino 
Lynn Head 
Susie Adkins* 
Paula Nuermberger* 
Libby Moore 
Darlene Waid 

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Whether putting up posters, encouraging the players, leading the fans 
in cheers or running laps during their workouts, the cheerleaders are the 
catalysts of Covenant school spirit . 




Administration 



President: MARION D. BARNES 

Dean of Faculty: NICHOLAS P. BARKER 

Dean of Students: JAMES THORNE 

Vice President for Business Affairs: 
JOHNH. BARNES 

Vice President for Development: 
JOHN P. CUMMER 

Chaplain: JOHN MacGREGOR 

Assistant Dean of the Faculty: 
CHARLES W. DONALDSON 

Dean of Admissions and Records: 
RUDOLPH F. SCHMIDT 

Director of Institutional Research: 
PAUL R. GILCHRIST 




Robert G . Adams 
Eileen Auel 
Martha Bradford 
Elwood Brauer 
Phyllis Crooks 
Karen Dickerson 
Jean Fernow 
Esther Hamm 
Rosemary Harrison 
Janie Hauck 





Carl Henning 
George Henning 
Sarah Johnson 
Virginia Judd 
Earl Klinger 
Anna Leonard 
Craig Lyon 
Debbie Martin 
Ruth McKinley 
Anita McMasters 



Shirley Meffert 
Barbara Michal 
Fern Moore 
John Moore 
Margaret Moe 
Reece Rogers 
Collyn Schmidt 
William Sexton 
Elda Simmons 
Floyd Simmons 







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Music and Art 



JOHN HAMM 
Associate Professor of Music 



IRA DAVID HALVORSEN 
Associate Professor of Music 





CRAIG PARKER 
Assistant Professor of 




EDWARD KELLOGG 
Instructor in Art 




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English 



NICHOLAS BARKER 
Associate Professor of English 



HARRY BOONSTRA 
Associate Professor of English 




PAUL HESSELINK 

Assistant Professor of English 




BRUCE HEKMAN 
Assistant Professor of English 




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History 




LOUIS VOSKUIL 
Associate Professor of History 



KENNETH AUSTIN 
Associate Professor of 
History 



Philosophy 



GORDON H . CLARK 
Professor of Philosophy 



JOHN W. SANDERSON 
Professor of Philosophy 




Biblical Studies 



HENDRICK KRABBENDAM 
Associate Professor of Bible Studies 



PAUL GILCHRIST I 
Associate Professor of Bible Studies I 




RAYMOND CLARK 

Assistant Professor of Bible 

Studies 




JOHN YOUNG 

Professor of Biblical Studies and Missions 





JAMES HURLEY 

Assistant Professor of Biblical 

Studies 



CHAPJ.ES ANDERSON 
Associate Professor of Biblical 
Studies 



Education 



MARGARET DAVIS 

Assistant Professor of Education 



JOSEPH COUGHLIN 
Professor of Education 




ALLEN MAWHINNEY 
Assistant Professor of Greek 





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Languages 



RAYMOND DAMERON 
Associate Professor of Physics 





Bellinda Boese 

Instructor in Modern Languages 



MICHAEL RULON 
Associate Professor of \ 

Psychology 




DOUGLAS SIZEMORE 

Assistant Professor of 

Psychology 



JOHN MULLER 

Assistant Professor of 

Psychology and Sociology 




Psychology and 
Sociology 





Physical Education 



WILL STERN 
Instructor in Women's 
Athletics 



EUGENE FITZGERALD 
Instructor in Physical Education 




WALTER BOWMAN 
Assistant Professor in 
Physical Education 




Business 



MR. SAMUEL MOAK 

Professor of Business 

Administration 




JAMES THORNE 
Dean of Students 



Library 




JAMIESON KEISTER 
Associate Professor of Physics 




CHARLES 
DONALDSON 
Associate Professor of 
Chemistry 




Science 



RAYMOND DAMERON 
Associate Professor Physics 




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From the signing of the National 
Covenant in 1638 . . . Hence 
the name "Covenanter" . . . 





. . . through the horrible per- 
secution remembered as the 
"killing times" . . . 



. . . More than 18,000 Covenanters were martyred for their faith. Their cause? It was 
more than an ecclesiastical squabble . . . They determined that an arbitrary English 
king would not usurp the position that Christ occupied as Head of the Church in Scot- 
land. 



Those trying years of persecution called for great men 
"to stand before kings" . . . Men whose lives had far- 
reaching and lasting consequences . 




Samuel Rutherford was one such man . . . His LEX REX 
embodied principles, such as separation of powers, which 
were later mainfested in our Constitution . . . 

We need to know of these godly Scots who " . . . with 
the toil of their today , bought for us tomorrow . ' ' 





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ence being well-entertained w 
laughter and precise acting. The 
with a sense of satisfaction for the con- 
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It's an effort by everyone working together trying to 
help defray the operational costs of the school . Amidst 
all the sweated brows and paint-splattered clothes can be 
found smiling faces , sounds of laughter , and work being 
accomplished in a relaxed atmosphere . 



Grub 
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ELAN 




He didn't come to be a crowd pleaser, though the 
overflow crowd was ready to be pleased . James Ward 
surprised most with his refreshing Elan . The music was 
clean and innovative , but most of all , it was pure 
music . 






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Student Council 



Two semesters and one summer ago , our predecessors brought forth on this Mountain a new 
constitution that provided for a Student Activities Board . The purpose of the Board was to 
free the Senate from the burdens of monitoring student activities on campus . 

After stumbling through its first year of existence , the Board discovered that , in spite of 
its organizational lack of confidence , the separation of the Board from the Senate is a good 
idea that is rich with promise . All it needs is students who are interested in taking the 
initiative in order to minister to the morale of the students of Covenant College . 

To the students who we have attempted to serve , good Providence in the following years 
and take the initiative , knowing that our Lord will honor the godly activity of those who 
seek to do everything heartily as unto Him . 



Wayne Partin , President 
Ken Ingraham , Vice President 
Mark Mollenkof , Treasurer 
Fletcher Stubbins , Secretary 



Ghosties , ghoulies , and goblins were mixed with 
angels and multi-colored caricatures; faces once 
known, now unknown. It was a time when some 
returned to the memories of their childhood while 
others remembered the significance behind the 
day. Involvement by all, in one form or another, 
characterized the eventful evening . 



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Donna Malkus 
Dal Stanton 
Beth Hamilton 
David Navis 
Gary Glasgow 
John Isaac 
John Gildernew 
Casey Reincoster 
Chris Allen 
Margaret Neuhoff 
Cheryl Van Stelle 
Ruth Stanton 
Jeannie Hastings 
Linda Nielson 
Candy Caines 
Janice Boughamer 



Social Committee 



The Social Committee this year attempted to provide an atmosphere in which the 
students could relax but would at the same time allow the individual to integrate into 
the activity of his choosing . This was our guide in planning the activities and 
presented challenges for some to synthesize the two . 

The activities ranged from parties to roller skating , from movies to special 
dinners , from concerts to banquets with live entertainment and by live theatre . 

In it all we were thankful to have had the chance to do it differently , and 
hopefully better . 



Student Senate 

The efficiency and operation of this 
year's Student Senate was made easier by a 
new system of student government that had 
been drawn up by last year's Student 
Council . That Council decided to write a 
new constitution and divided student 
government into two substructures . The 
social activities , cultural affairs , and other 
related responsibilities became the 
responsibility of the Student Activities 
Board . The responsibilities of the Student 
Senate became solely governmental and 
organizational . It is also political in that it 
seeks to be a voice of the students by 
representation on administrative and 
institutional committees . 

The power of the Senate lies only in that 
it is a voice and thus it has been the goal of 
this year's Senate to be constantly aware of 
student concerris and to articulate them 
clearly . The Student Senate does not have 
any legislative power in the over-all 
operation of the college; its job is to raise 
questions and represent student opinion . 




BillMeffert, 

Treasurer 
Duane Cory, 

Vice President 
Nancy Todd, 

Secretary 
Mike Cromartie , 

President 




Bill Kauffman 
Bruce Hekman 
Chas Gale 
Linda Goette 
Nelson Hard 




Film Committee 



The Film Committee sponsors a short film festival in the fall and selects 7 or 8 full 
length films to bring at various times throughout the fall and spring semesters . Films are 
sought which exhibit good film techniques in a variety of themes . Through viewing 
selected films , participating in post-film discussions , and reading previews and/or 
reviews about each film in the BAGPIPE , the student body should be helped in their 
development of a Christian perspective of film , an art not dealt with by the fine arts 
committee . 



Cultural Affairs 

Cultural Affairs activities are coordinated either by the 
Fine Arts Committee or the Film Committee , both of which 
are under a chairman who is a member of the Student 
Activities Board . 

The Fine Arts Committee seeks to encourage the student 
body in developing a view of what constitutes fine art in the 
areas of music , art , photography , poetry , and drama . The 
committee hopes that the student body will grow in their 
understanding of how a Christian should appreciate and 
utilize the fine arts . Under these directives the committee 
plans a fine arts festival in the fall and a larger one in the 
spring . 



Ed Kellogg 
Lucy Long 
Nelson Hard 
Nancy Todd 
Linda Goette 
Jennifer Kramer 
Michelle Heerdt 
Bonnie Baldwin 
Terry Sullivan 




Jan Huston 
Chaplain MacGregor 
Eugene Stevens 
Steve Church 
Marty Peters 
Ron Abud 
Sally Kay 
John Michal 
Bill Cairns 
Ken Ingraham 
Gordon Meiners 
Bill Ballou 
Ted Pearson 
Kathleen Marsh 




Christian Service Council 



Christian Service Council is an organization designed to provide means and 
opportunities for serving God in reaching out to others in the Chattanooga -Lookout 
Mountain community . At Covenant College it is easy to become isolated from people 
who need to become reconciled to God . Lack of transportation and money often make it 
even more difficult to get involved with people outside the Covenant College 
community . Christian Service Council exists in order to make it possible for students to 
share their faith in God . What we really are doing is sharing Jesus , the One Who loved 
us and died for us and Who now is the energizing person within us . The people in the 
picture are a part of the people who were involved in Christian Service Council 
sponsored or aided activities this year . 




Resident Assistants 



The Resident Assistants are a catalyst or spark in bringing about social interaction 
and endeavor to nurture fellowship between students that they come in contact with . 
They try to provide unity for students who see each other every day but don't really 
know each other. The German Police Dog attitude may seem to be an objective for 
them, and it may be a valid accusation, but R. A. 's are there for guidance and 
counseling at a time when one may really need it . 

On the practical level, R. A. Chapels and hall get-togethers are geared for an 
interaction that would not normally occur. There are once-a-week and bi-annual 
orientation meetings when problems concerning the objectives are discussed and the 
views of the students are voiced to those representing the administration . 



Chip Struck, Ruth Campbell, Jeanie Goebel, Joe Moore, Sherri Mitchell, John 
Williams, Andrea Midge tt, Mary Jane Freeman, Michelle Heerdt, Don Harding, 
Gary Helriegel, Guy Porcella, Robb Sheneberger. 




WGOW — Faculty 
Basketball 
Game 



The faculty team came minus Too-Tall- 
Henry, but the team played well due to the 
inspiring play of Hooking Hurley, Hustling 
Hekman, Rushing Rulon, Charging Chuck, 
and Bombing Belinda . 

A hustling effort and the effective use of 
the Bowman and Fitzgerald combination kept 
the game close down to the closing seconds. 
The fans were on their feet several times dur- 
ing the Covenant comeback . The game , a 4- 
point loss, was entertaining to fans and play- 
ers alike . 




Thorn 



Covenant's literary magazine, The 
Thorn, is filled with treasured poems, 
pictures and paintings. Contributors from 
the whole student body make it a com- 
munity effort to capture beauty and cre- 
ativity on its every page . 






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Philip Pedley 
Pat Lancaster 
Nancy Todd , Editor 
Andrea Midgett 
Kathy Mostrom 
Jeannie Hastings 
Grace Sharp 




Bagpipe 



Technical Staff: 

Left to Right: Fletcher Stubbins, Andrew Belz, Sara Belz and 
Joel Zeller. 



Senate sponsors 
special speakers 



By ANDREW BELZ 

The recently formed Student 
Senate of Covenant College will 
he responsible for bringing three 
high-calibre speakers to the 
campus during the fall semester, 
according to President Mike 

Chapel speaker on Tuesday, 
September 16 was Stuart 
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October 6 will mark the visit 
of Dr. R. C. Sproul, author and 
director of the Ligonier Valley 
Study Center in Stahlstown, 
Penn. Dr. Sproul is a minister 
in the Presbyterian Church of 
America, and is also visiting 
professor of apologetics at Cor- 
don Conwell Seminary. He too 
will be available because he is 
engaged in a series of meetings 
at a nearby church. 

The last speaker will have the 
longest visit— for three days in 
November. John Perkins is direc- 
tor of the Voice of Calvary 
Church ministries in Mendenhall, 
Miss. During his stay at Cove- 



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involvement in a local Bible 
institute. This is accomplished 
among the rural poor in Missis- 
sippi. His programs have been 
featured in Campus Life, De- 
cision, The Other Side, and 
the Post-American. 

Cromartie points out that the 
expense for bringing such speak- 
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proximity of both Sproul 
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FINALLY— A CONCERT BAND 



By RICHARD SAMS 

This school year. Covenant will 
be entertained by a concert 
band directed by Mr. Craig 
Parker, a member of the music 
department. The band is being 
offered as a course for the first 
time in the history of the col- 
lege. 

The band is composed of for- 
ty players, all of whom are ex- 
cited by upcoming performan- 
ces. There is still a vital need, 
however, for players in the 
areas of the clarinet, saxophone 
and French horn. Any interested 
student should see Mr. Parker. 
He commented that he is 
"pleased with the response to 
the course. There are more stu- 
dents involved than 1 expected, 
and 1 am pleased with the musi- 
cal results. As the months go 
by, I can see that the band has 
good potential." Mr. Parker 



in the college community, sug- 
gesting that an educational con- 
cert at area schools would be 
enjoyable and beneficial 
to younger students. The band 
may even perform at the Fall 
or Spring Festival of Lookout 
Mountain. 

The first concert will be 
performed this Friday night 
at the College For A Day assem- 
bly. On Saturday, November 1, 
the Fall Band Concert will be 
held with Covenant's own band 
performing such greats as "Toc- 
for Bands," 



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ivenant students should be 

yed in these upcoming 

taining while at the same 
students have opportunity 
'e the band full support. 



Drama Workshop 
announces new season 



By SUZANNE WATSON 

Things are taking shape in the 
Drama Club this year. The offi- 
cers, Mark Mollenkof. president, 
Ruth Campbell, vice-president, 
Kathy Mostrom, secretary, and 
Nancy Mussler, treasurer, have 
already held several meetings 
with last year's members and in- 
terested students. 

Two plays have been chosen 
for this semester. The Madwo- 
man of Challiot, a delightful 
comedy by Jean Ciraudoux, will 
be performed on the consecutive 
evenings of November 13th, 
14th, and I 5th, in the Cr 



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direct. The second producti 
Waiting For Godot, is an exis- 
tential play written by Beckett, 



ii early December. Bob Smyth, 
i graduate of Covenant College, 
vill direct. More information as 
o the casts and time will be 
nade available at a later date. 

The Drama Club is open to 
iny student who wishes to par- 
icipate. It not only wants ac- 
tors, but also people who are 



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ion. and lighting. 

Mollenkof says, "The 
Drama Club is trying to increase 
its number of productions so 
that more students will be in- 
volved and also so that the 
whole student body can appreci- 
ate the field of drama. Our main 
goal is to glorify Cod through 
the talents He has given us in this 



Masters is a new member of the 
office staff. She received various 
secretarial degrees from Chatta- 
nooga State Area Vocational 
Technical School. Miss Mc- 
Masters is impressed by the 
Christian environment here and 
she enjoys the people she works 

Covenant's new purchasing 
agent is Julius Wade. A native 
Chattanoogan, Mr. Wade has 
worked for TV A and U.S. 
Pipe. He is married and has been 
blessed with five children rang- 
ing in age from 6 to 13. "Cove- 
nant is a beautiful place. I like 
the atmosphere and my job," 
was Mr. Wade's reply when 
asked his impressions of the 
college. 

Sarah Johnson is a new addi- 
tion to the library staff. Origi- 
nally from Newark, New Jersey, 
Mrs. Johnson is a Covenant 
graduate. She was employed by 
the library during her college 
years under the work-study 
program. Her husband, Roy, 
is now a senior at Covenant. 
Mrs. Johnson expressed her sat- 
isfaction in getting to talk to 
new students and keeping ac- 
quaintances with old friends 



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from Allendale, South 
Carolina. He now resides in 
Chattanooga with his wife Jane 
and their two children, William, 
9, and Melissa, 8. They attend 
"Tennessee Temple Elementary 
School. Mr. Sexton is looking 
forward to his duties and 
feels that the people at Cove- 
Since last October, Ed Spur- 
geon has been performing satis- 
factory service as the school 
carpenter. Mr. Spurgeon, his 
wife and son live in Bryant, 
Alabama, which is a little over 
20 miles from here. Mr. 
Spurgeon expressed that Cove- 
nant "is the best place I've ever 
worked. The people treat you 

Again, the Covenant com- 
munity welcomes these new 
members of the staff. 



Writers: 

Richard Sams, Nelson Hard, Gordon Simmons, William Russell, Frank Smith, William Kaufmann, Kathy 
Mostrom, Mike Cromartie, Chris Lillie, Terry Kelly, Francis Halifax, Mary Smyth, and Bruce MacDonald 



Roller Skating 
Party 




50's Dinner 




Chapel Speakers 



Stuart Briscoe 




John Perkins 




R. C. Sproul 



Larry Falcon 



Banquets 



Girls in curls , guys in ties , 
some looking so graceful and 
natural . . . while others are 
struggling behind stiff collars or 
tightly fitted gowns . Banquets are 
a unique time which is totally 
apart from the routine at 
Covenant. We are well-fed, 
entertained by special events and 
fellowship with friends , and 
satisfied with a time well-spent. 




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October 3^ 1975 



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flood horning! We trust that by tnis time your attention has 
been called to the giant, conent-filled SC.'XITZ : 'beer can" on the top 
of Carter Hall. We sincerely hope that this will help to provide you with 
one of your lighter moments during your 3tay here, if only that it serres 
to renind you of the pranks widch you used to pull when you were in college* 

We continue to pray for you and the school, as you seek the Lord's 
•-riil for this place. 

Cordially yours, in Christ, 



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